The Mission of Tech Prep is to provide students with integrated technical, occupational, and academic skills to apply those skills to the ever-changing needs of the world of work.

These programs have one or more of the following:

  • Combine at least two years of secondary education and a minimum of two years postsecondary education in a coherent sequence of courses.
  • Have a common core of required courses in Math, Science, Reading, Writing, Communications, Social Studies, and Technology.
  • Integrate academic, career, technical instruction, and use work-based and worksite learning appropriate and available.
  • May include an articulation agreement(s) of advanced standing(s).
  • Build student competence through applied, contextual academic and integrated instruction.
  • Lead to an associate or a baccalaureate degree or a postsecondary certificate in a specific career field.
  • Lead to placement in related employment or further education.
  • Provide technical preparation in at least one field of engineering technology, applied science, mechanical, industrial, practical art or trade, agriculture, health, or business.

The following programs are offered:
  • CADDI and II
  • Desktop Publishing 
  • Photoshop 
  • Web Page Development 
  • Accounting I and II 
  • Careers
  • Carpentry 
  • Welding I 
  • Advanced Welding